Public Rights Licences
AEShareNet Preserve Integrity Licence
Date: 3 May 2007
Copyright: 2007 TVET Australia Limited
Purpose of Licence Protocol
For Unlocking Content. Material with AEShareNetU Licence Mark may be freely used, copied, adapted and distributed. Limited warranty. Enhancements not attributed to copyright owner. Suited to Material of marginal value, which does not require active copyright management or consolidation or versions.
Part A: Protocol Control Information
AEShareNet-U Licence Mark
as depicted at:
Part B: Conditions of Licence
The Licence - Main Particulars
Material as embodied in any Copy legitimately in possession of the Licensee which bears the AEShareNetU Licence Mark with authorisation of the Licensor.
For the duration of
subsistence of copyright
However the Licensee must always work from a Copy legitimately acquired, which properly retains the AEShareNetU Licence Mark as above.
Provision of Licensed Material:
A Licence is extended only if the Licensee already has a Copy. After the Licence arises, there is no obligation on the Licensor to provide assistance or to furnish the Licensed Material in any particular form, or at all.
Licensor only warrants that they hold some copyright in the Licensed Material, and grants Licence to the extent of their rights. Licensee should make their own inquiries to ensure their exercise of the Licence will not infringe third party rights.
Licensee may exercise:
Licensee may not Sub-license the Licensed Material.
Interpretation of Licence Conditions:
The Licence is construed in accordance with the Glossary.
The Licensor may notify additional conditions of the Licence to the prospective Licensee when, or prior to the time when, the Licence arises, eg, by inclusion in the Metadata.
User Rights and making of Copies
Comprehensive right to Use the Licensed Material.
Unrestricted copies permitted.
Original Metadata (including AEShareNetU Licence Mark) must be retained.
Development Rights (making of Derivatives)
Vetting not required.
There is no fresh layer of copyright so ownership issues do not arise.
Original Metadata (including AEShareNetU Licence Mark) must be retained, to the extent appropriate.
Vetting not required.
Licensee permitted to apply own Copyright Statement to the Enhanced Material.
Original Copyright Statement not permitted; other Metadata may be retained.
Vetting not required.
Copyright Partitioned. Metadata as above for included Material. Licensee applies own Copyright Statement to Supplementary Work.
Inclusion in Compilation
permitted. Vetting not required.
Copyright Partitioned. Metadata as above for included Material.
Licensee applies own Copyright Statement to Compilation as a whole.
Moral Rights of authors:
Licensor warrants that any actions taken under the Licence will not infringe the author's rights of attribution and integrity. In relation to actions which may constitute false attribution, Licensee should make own judgements and obtain any consent that may be necessary..
Licensee permitted to Supply to any End-user, whether an AEShareNetMember or not.
In relation to the
original Licensed Material, Sub-licensing is not necessary. A Licence is
extended by the Licensor directly to anyone
who legitimately acquires a Copy
bearing the AEShareNetU Licence Mark.
In relation to an Enhancement, the right to claim copyright includes a right (as principal) to grant a licence.
No restriction on purpose for which Economic Rights may be exercised by Licensee. No requirement to apply proceeds for benefit of any particular target group or purpose.
Licence Fee, Deliverables and pricing:
Accounting And Reporting:
Last Reporting Date
Part C: Licence Operation
Extending a Licence
Any person, whether an AEShareNetMember or not, who is an owner or part owner of copyright in the Licensed Material.
The Licensor (or a person acting on their behalf) applies the AEShareNetU Licence Mark within, on or in relation to the ‘Source Copy’ of the Material, in accordance with the rules set out at www.aesharenet.com.au.com.au/U4
To facilitate discovery and distribution, the Licensor may Register the Material at the AEShareNetWebsite specifying the AEShareNetU Licence Mark. The Licensor may apply a Copyright Statement within, on or in relation to the Source Copy.
Accepting the Licence
Who can accept a licence:
Any person, whether an AEShareNetMember or not.
Mechanism for acceptance:
A Licence arises automatically when the Licensee legitimately acquires or accesses a Copy which has been directly or indirectly derived from the Source Copy, and which legitimately retains the Licence Mark.
Immediately upon acquisition of the Marked Copy as above.
Managing the Licence
Varying the Licence:
by agreement in writing between the parties.
Cannot be mediated through the AEShareNetlicensing system.
Terminating the Licence:
notice in writing from the Licensor to the Licensee. Cannot be mediated through
the AEShareNetlicensing system.
Licensor may curtail new Licences by substituting versions without the Licence Mark.
Assigning the Licence:
Only by agreement in writing between the parties. Cannot be mediated through the AEShareNetlicensing system.